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>> No. 4239 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 4:49 pm
4239 Defective Dick
I'm twenty-two and my knob's not working properly. It's getting sixty percent hard then giving up.

The GP I saw today put it down to anxiety, but true to GP form barely asked any questions so once I was out I though of half a dozen other things I could have told her. Oh, and the sheet of paper informing me of my "chest pains" and "three weeks of erectile dysfunction" fell out of my back pocket on the way home, so hopefully it's a windy fucking weekend because this town isn't that fucking big and my name isn't that fucking generic.

It says moan so I'm ticking it, even if this is the OP.
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>> No. 4257 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 8:17 pm
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>>4256

Indeed, and it has been made quite clear that you'd better start eating them again.

You can ignore sound medical advice if you wish but don't come crying to us when your lad is being lazy.
>> No. 4258 Anonymous
15th April 2017
Saturday 5:00 pm
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>>4257

I had a lemon sherbet doughnut today, so if I don't wake up with massive hard on tomorrow I'll be hopping mad.
>> No. 4260 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 7:42 am
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>>4259
I think that sherbet doughnut was too much for him.
>> No. 4261 Anonymous
17th April 2017
Monday 6:35 pm
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>>4260

No, no, I'm alright. My knob seems to be sort of okay, but I'm still not totally convinced. I'm going to do what someone suggested earlier in the thread and just ignore the thing for a few days. I think he said a month actually, but that's just absurd. I'd have more luck cartwheeling to the flipping moon.
>> No. 4262 Anonymous
22nd April 2017
Saturday 10:22 pm
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>>4261

You can do it. It gets easy after the first week.

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>> No. 4083 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 4:44 pm
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R8 my workout.

Squat 1x100 Deadlift 1x100 Bench 1x100 Pulldown 1x100 Press 1x100 Curl 1x100 Calves 1x100 Leg raise 1x100


Do 2-3 workouts a week. When 100 reps are reached add 20lb and build reps back up.
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>> No. 4229 Anonymous
13th March 2017
Monday 6:28 pm
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>>4228

I did this yesterday evening and woke up this morning with flu-like symptoms. Am I gonna die?
>> No. 4230 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 10:21 am
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>>4229

I feel better now. I think I pushed myself a bit to hard. The last 10 reps or so my muscles started going numb.
>> No. 4231 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 4:35 pm
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>> No. 4232 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 6:21 pm
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>>4231
Found this to be hit and miss. Mostly miss.
>> No. 4233 Anonymous
14th March 2017
Tuesday 9:00 pm
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>>4232
I've found its a good way to get into exercise. Once you've developed a base level of fitness and/or enthusiasm for exercise you can move on to bigger and better things.

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>> No. 4218 Anonymous
8th March 2017
Wednesday 7:20 pm
4218 Snory bastard
I'm a snory bastard, says the Mrs.
This is true, always have been. Thin, fat, fit, flabby, drunk, dry, calm, stressed - always snored.

Just snoring. Purring turned up to max. No gurgling, no gasping, no changes, just relentless.
Clearly, this is pissing her off, and there's fuck all I can do to stop it while I'm sleeping, since I'm asleep. My nose is always pretty bunged up, has been since I was a wee kid. I'm allergic to many things - rampant seasonal hayfever, and some foods, which I avoid no problem, but always pretty bunged. Not with snot, just not much airflow.
So - is there anything I can do while awake? I already don't sleep on my back (easy enough, I wake up as I went to sleep, thumb in book).
Tempted by beconase (or a knockoff) or antihistamines, but open to suggestions.

(She also snores, but IDGAF. 30 seconds of irritation and I'm back asleep).
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>> No. 4221 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 8:12 pm
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You probe have an allergy to dust mites, which live in your bed. I have that, and the same with alcohol, and the SMELL of ground coffee. All of the above causes my sinuses to swell. Treatment may not make a diff' to your snoring though. Get your lass some earplugs
>> No. 4222 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 9:24 pm
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Everyone snores. If your missus doesn't like it then that's her problem.
>> No. 4223 Anonymous
9th March 2017
Thursday 9:45 pm
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As >>4219 says, see your GP, expect a referral to an ENT, you may have some sort of sleep apnoea.
>> No. 4224 Anonymous
10th March 2017
Friday 9:00 am
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Hard to see how it's apnea, since that's when you stop breathing for a while. I just continuously snore. Therefore - no health risk (except from stabbing), as I understand it.

Not dust mites, happens wherever we are. Home, spare room if I'm banished, hotels, ferries.

Yeah, I understand it's her that's got the problem, she shouldn't be such a light sleeper. She already wears earplugs. If it's a choice between an easy fix to stop me snoring, and drugging her into oblivion every night, I'll probably choose the former.
>> No. 4225 Anonymous
10th March 2017
Friday 2:32 pm
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>>4224

Snoring is the warning sign of sleep apnoea. Most snoring is benign, but for a significant proportion of patients it indicates the early stages of sleep apnoea. Suffocating in your sleep is one of those things you want to catch early.

Go and see your GP.

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>> No. 4203 Anonymous
17th February 2017
Friday 10:54 am
4203 Strength standards
Every year on the third week of Feburary I build up to a series of 1 rep max to 5 rep max strength tests.

I'm happy to say I'm stronger than last year. Main gains have been in the bench press, having put nearly 20kg on there through working on my shoulders and improving my bench technique. I've also managed to put on about 5kg of quality bodyweight with minimum chub.

Current numbers are:
100kg bench press
150kg squat
160kg deadlift
@ 80kg bodyweight

For my fellow /fat/ lifters, what are your current numbers? What are your goals?

http://www.strengthstandards.co/#/
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>> No. 4204 Anonymous
17th February 2017
Friday 6:56 pm
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>>4203
I have never lift (bro).
>> No. 4205 Anonymous
17th February 2017
Friday 7:08 pm
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A few weeks ago I bought a cheapo 35Kg barbell set from argos to get me started. I probably should have gone straight to a 50Kg set since I know I could easily manage a few deadlifts with the full weight, but doing 10 minutes of completely unstructured lifting with a 20Kg barbell and 4Kg dumbells seems a good start.
>> No. 4206 Anonymous
17th February 2017
Friday 7:56 pm
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>>4205

When I got started I was doing bicep curls and lateral raises with plastic dumbbells, then running downstairs to drink a pint of milk. I genuinely think it was one of the best decisions in my life to try lifting.

Exrx is good for looking up new exercises. Let us know how you crack on.

>>4204

Have you ever considered lifting (bro)?

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>> No. 4184 Anonymous
12th February 2017
Sunday 9:49 pm
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Does anyone here ever feel the need to give their arse a wipe after a long run and upon doing so finding out the condition between your cheeks is as if you haven't wiped properly after using the toilet. Despite this you know that your arse was clean before you left and you don't remember having a prolonged farting session.

Asking for a friend.
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>> No. 4197 Anonymous
13th February 2017
Monday 6:12 pm
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This is why I shave my arse.

A minimal amount of wiping with toilet paper and I'm squeaky clean and rimmable for the rest of the day.
>> No. 4198 Anonymous
13th February 2017
Monday 6:58 pm
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>>4186
Preaching to the choir. My dream is to own one of those Japanese toilets so I can give my shitting experience the luxury it deserves.

>>4195
I don't know about the kinds women you associate with but the ones round here don't tend to shit out of their fannies.
>> No. 4200 Anonymous
14th February 2017
Tuesday 4:39 am
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>>4198
Those toilets are properly weird. They talk to you, the seats are constantly warmed for some reason, and they play music if you're taking a shit to cover up the sound (whilst also broadcasting to everyone else that you're taking a shit, sort of defeats the purpose if you ask me). Then it fucking squirts water at your arse.

Give me a regular bit of porcelain any day.
>> No. 4201 Anonymous
14th February 2017
Tuesday 9:25 pm
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>>4200
Sounds a little bit like being rimmed by a clown.
>> No. 4202 Anonymous
14th February 2017
Tuesday 10:14 pm
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>>4201

You bastard, lad. Made me spill my tea.

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>> No. 3936 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:45 pm
3936 Fat bastard weight loss thread
Get in here fatlads.

I've made an effort to properly lose weight but have stalled in the last 2 months - and it's starting to creep up. I used to lift weights 3x/week and control the diet, but I can't lift for a while until some medical stuff gets sorted. This has taken a bit of a hit on my progress - or more likely,ive used it an excuse to slack.

What's your story?

P.s. I track calories and weight using my fitness pal.
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>> No. 4179 Anonymous
9th February 2017
Thursday 11:02 pm
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>>4178

Beer's basically fine. I only drink it front of other people so they don't think I'm mental (any more so, at least).
>> No. 4180 Anonymous
10th February 2017
Friday 8:27 am
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>>4179
I've found this. For some reason drinking lots of beer is fine but ordering a pint of vodka crosses some kind of line.
>> No. 4181 Anonymous
10th February 2017
Friday 9:18 am
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>>4178
I don't drink beer at all, I can't stand the taste. I prefer a decent cider (as in a proper one).

If you have never drunk before and want to try it, I'd recommend some wine that isn't all that cheap to start with, since it's actually a nice experience and you can't taste any alcohol. My personal recommendation would be Viña Tondonia Reserva (It's a Rioja, red). It's ~£20 a bottle but worth it I'd say.

The other option, of course, is to get that cheap 'fruit cider' shite, which has never seen cider in its life, but it's like really sweet fizzy pop.
>> No. 4182 Anonymous
10th February 2017
Friday 10:04 am
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>>4181
What planet are you from?
>> No. 4183 Anonymous
10th February 2017
Friday 10:34 am
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>>4182
Your mother.

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>> No. 4154 Anonymous
23rd December 2016
Friday 10:32 pm
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Is it normal to have really bad pain in the balls of your feet after a 3.5 mile walk? I walked for 7 miles just now and the first half of the journey was really nice and relaxing, but when I turned around to go back home every step was filled with pain.

Is it just a matter of getting used to walking? I lead a pretty sedentary lifestyle.
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>> No. 4155 Anonymous
23rd December 2016
Friday 10:36 pm
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7 miles is a lot if you're not used to it. Dial it back to four miles, see how you get on, build up the mileage gradually.
>> No. 4156 Anonymous
23rd December 2016
Friday 10:56 pm
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Yeah basically this >>4155
You wouldn't go for a 7 mile run with no practice.
>> No. 4158 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 10:57 am
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>>4154
Might want to stretch your calves a bit - I suffer from similar and that helps me.
>> No. 4159 Anonymous
24th December 2016
Saturday 2:16 pm
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Have a feel inside your shoe and see if any fabric has been worse loose or what have you.

A pain in the balls is usually caused by incorrect or worn out footwear from my experience. If its like the other lads have said then consider wearing 2 pairs of socks to deal with rubbing.

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>> No. 4107 Anonymous
7th December 2016
Wednesday 9:12 pm
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50 Kegel squeezes every evening! Do it!
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>> No. 4149 Anonymous
20th December 2016
Tuesday 9:07 pm
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>>4136

Why "oh shit"?
>> No. 4150 Anonymous
20th December 2016
Tuesday 9:59 pm
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>>4149
Faecal incontinence.
>> No. 4151 Anonymous
20th December 2016
Tuesday 11:51 pm
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>>4150

Apparently, some women do shit themselves during labour.
>> No. 4152 Anonymous
21st December 2016
Wednesday 12:53 am
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>>4151
Some also orgasm during labour and birthing.

They are nonces.
>> No. 4153 Anonymous
21st December 2016
Wednesday 2:03 pm
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>>4152

I read once that when a woman meets the horrible fate of being raped, her vagina can have contractions similar to those of orgasm, without the woman even noticing it.

I guess it turns out a woman's vag has almost as much a life of its own as a bloke's knob.

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>> No. 4099 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 2:38 pm
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R8 my rep scheme:

40, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1. Rest 2 mins between sets.
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>> No. 4100 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 3:02 pm
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>>4099

I wish you roidlads would keep your rep showing offs in one thread.
>> No. 4101 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 7:00 pm
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>> No. 4102 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 7:00 pm
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>> No. 4103 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 7:37 pm
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>>4100

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ea1yUUVEBWI

Lifting weights is easy, maybe that's why most lifters that I've met are as thick as fudge. Try some proper exercise https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Graham_Round

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>> No. 4077 Anonymous
1st December 2016
Thursday 11:18 pm
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My nan injured herself on the stairs a year ago and GPs are useless.

She was trying to get away from my grandfather, who was chasing her in his dementia, and slipped. Her left foot folded, or curled, and she put the full weight of her body onto that part of the front of the foot that was in contact with the ground, crushing it.

She says it turned "black", and now she has pain whenever she walks. She says the pain only occurs when she puts weight on her left foot; it doesn't matter where she puts the weight on her foot relative to the site of the damage. The pain now is the same as it was a year ago; it hasn't spread or got worse, but it can change in intensity throughout the day. The pain occurs in the part of the foot that was folded, and the back and side of her leg up to the back of her knee, and when particularly bad the front or shin. Nowhere else such as the rest of the foot or the kneecap.

She hasn't had, or been offered, any tests such as an x-ray. She went to a doctor three weeks after the incident and was apparently not given a diagnosis, just advised to take paracetamol. I went with her to a second appointment last week and the doctor diagnosed permanent nerve damage, again advising merely to take paracetamol or other prescription painkillers. I hadn't been fully informed of her symptoms and examination history otherwise I would have questioned it more, and my nan can be a bit doddery in both explaining and understanding everything in the surgery. Either way, her children are suspicious of the NHS doctors and think they are deliberately doing the bare minimum of work and expense necessary to make her well. I'm inclined to agree; it's amazing that they think they can make a proper diagnosis without getting at least an x-ray.

What do you lads think?
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>> No. 4093 Anonymous
2nd December 2016
Friday 10:09 pm
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>>4091
What sort of shitty job were you doing that they wouldn't let you go home to sort out a family emergency?
>> No. 4095 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 3:12 am
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>>4091
I believe you've posted here about your situation, and you have my sympathies, but if a relative's foot turned literally black and you didn't take them to A&E immediately then you weren't thinking straight.

No offence meant - just speaking plainly.
>> No. 4096 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 7:44 am
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>>4093>>4095

I think you're both missing one key point here, which is that the OPs nan didn't tell him, or at least massively underplayed her symptoms as >>4080 said.
>> No. 4098 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 2:12 pm
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>>4095
At the time, I was living on the other side of the country and she was living alone caring for my mad grandfather. It was 5 o'clock in the morning when this accident occurred and probably a weekday. She couldn't go to the hospital by herself. When she got around to telling her children what had happened she probably did downplay her symptoms. What really happened is lost to the passage of time now, but it doesn't matter.

Even as I type this I can hear downstairs my mum raising her voice at my nan over the phone - something like 'well is it in your ankle or is it in your knee?' It's difficult to get a straight answer out of her and she seems to change her mind from day to day. Yesterday she said the pain used to only be in such-and-such a place and I said hang on you told me before the pain hadn't spread. What can one do with a patient like this? At this point I think we'd have to trust in either a specialist or an x-ray to find the truth.
>> No. 4104 Anonymous
3rd December 2016
Saturday 7:58 pm
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>>4098
Glad I'm a filthy Italian. We don't chuck our grandparents into abusive care homes, or let their feet rot for weeks. There is something wrong with you English people.

Take a week off, go to your nan and get her to a hospital.

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>> No. 4054 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 4:31 am
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I just wrote a little program that took the average of all the 1RM formulas on the wiki page. It looks quite good.

1: 100
2: 94
3: 91
4: 89
5: 87
6: 84
7: 82
8: 80
9: 78
10: 76
11: 74
12: 73
13: 71
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
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>> No. 4072 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 4:36 pm
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>>4071

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-repetition_maximum
>> No. 4073 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 6:49 pm
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>>4072>>4070
Well I never. I honestly thought this thread was some sort of secret recruiting test for GCHQ.
>> No. 4074 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 8:50 pm
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>>4073
It is.
>> No. 4075 Anonymous
30th November 2016
Wednesday 12:00 am
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>>4073
Well how silly of them. They must know that weightlifters are dunderheaded morons who won't have the mathematical skills to see through puzzles like that. A better recruiting test would probably be an arm wrestling match with someone who is of a similar height, weight and 1rm standard.
>> No. 4076 Anonymous
1st December 2016
Thursday 12:47 am
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>>4061

LOL I just got it.

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>> No. 4063 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 1:33 am
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Do you really need to do warm up sets if you're doing high reps? If you're doing a 20 rep set the weight is only about 60% 1RM so would it be safe to just pick it up and go?
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>> No. 4065 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 2:20 am
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Don't fuck about with warming up. For the sake of a few minutes, you could end up with a permanent injury. High reps still carry a considerable injury risk, because fatigue reduces your ability to stabilise and control the weight.
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29th November 2016
Tuesday 3:06 am
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Yeah m8, it's like if you're running a long-distance race: Just rock up and get going, you'll warm up on the first mile.
>> No. 4069 Anonymous
29th November 2016
Tuesday 9:55 am
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>>4065
This. Never miss out warming up. The one time I rushed my sets I could feel a distinct difference in the level of soreness I had afterwards, which was horrible and a good indication that I probably did more harm than good.

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>> No. 3997 Anonymous
30th October 2016
Sunday 7:18 pm
3997 Wisdom teeth.
I'm practically a wee babe, but I've got a wisdom tooth that's come out all wonky and it's prone to rubbing against my cheek and causing irritation. How willing is my dentist likely to be when it comes to yanking the damnable thing out?

I'm on my phone so pay no mind to the attached Scotchman.
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>> No. 4006 Anonymous
31st October 2016
Monday 3:31 pm
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>>4005
Why don't they take idiots smokers? If they are student dentists they can't pretend they won't be working on smokers when they graduate? Or are smokers' teeth considered hard mode or something?
>> No. 4008 Anonymous
31st October 2016
Monday 7:36 pm
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>>4006
Not him but smoking increases the risk of complications after surgery mostly to do with dry socket occurrence. Of course such complications can be avoided by abstaining for a few days but even dentists know that nobody listens to them at the best of times.
>> No. 4010 Anonymous
31st October 2016
Monday 7:49 pm
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>>4008
Is that why Dentists have such high suicide rates?
>> No. 4011 Anonymous
31st October 2016
Monday 8:12 pm
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>>4005

Do you think they'd count vaping as smoking?
>> No. 4012 Anonymous
31st October 2016
Monday 8:46 pm
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>>4011

I do, and I consider myself to have primacy over any and all dentists.

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>> No. 2669 Anonymous
26th August 2014
Tuesday 4:27 pm
2669 Voice "tuning"
Is it too late to do something with your voice if you are 22?

It is, well, "inconstant". That is, the speed, the loudness, the pitch tend to vary; sometimes up to the point being slightly uncontrollable (especially loudness; I may pronounce words loudly I intended to pronounce quietly and vice versa). The resulting sound is obviously not very nice, probably rasping and somewhat unclear.

I cannot provide any examples as I have neither the microphone, nor the working jack for it. For better or worse.
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>> No. 3924 Anonymous
16th October 2016
Sunday 11:59 am
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I didn't even notice this reply at first, so thanks >>3923 for the late bump. If I ever quit the fags I'll look into it; fuck it, I might even hire a voice coach. I've love to permanently sound like Bonnie Tyler.
>> No. 3934 Anonymous
20th October 2016
Thursday 7:14 pm
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>>2681
>I found out that I sound somewhat like a pretentious cunt, apart from screeching. Not a pleasant discovery indeed but still better than ignorance.

When I speak quietly, my voice goes really deep. Also when I'm drunk enough, girls have told me it goes sexually deep, Barry White style. When I'm tense, however, or if I become animated, it can go high pitched. I've also realised that I mumble and mutter at least 50% of the time. It really is eye opening recording yourself and listening/watching back, I come across as a total gimp sometimes and then at others as Mega Mr Monty Confidanté the Sexy Baritone Sexagram Man. Your body language, posture, tone, choice of words, delivery, timing, and yes, pitch - all these things combine to create an emphasis and provide emotion (or lack of) to your topic or point, or offer an allusion to what else you've got going on behind the eyes. It might sound shallow, but I've noticed the different ways people react to me based on my uncontrollable shifts in all of those qualities I just listed.
>> No. 3984 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 4:40 pm
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Margaret Thatcher famously subjected herself to speech training when she was running for Prime Minister the first time, and by that time, she was well into middle age. If you see early footage of her, her voice had a quite unpleasant, annoyingly shrieky tone and pitch to it. Like an endlessly lamenting housewife or a stern Victorian headmistress. But she was able to smooth all that out... and even if you hated her and her way of politics, you had to admit that her voice was not unpleasant to listen to.
>> No. 3985 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 5:26 pm
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>>3920
That first video is incredible.
>> No. 3986 Anonymous
28th October 2016
Friday 6:40 pm
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>>3985

Huun Huur Tu. They're Tuva's second best export (after high-quality cobalt ore). Their song "Orphan's Lament" is one of the most moving things I've ever heard.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbdkJ6cL4Aw

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